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The number of women who breast-feed in the Western Hemisphere has been decreasing for a number of financial, practical and social reasons. Now, a program in the U.K. tackles the issue with money vouchers, a plan that has many in an uproar. But could money be a good way to encourage mothers?
The Obama administration is under attack for alleged nanny-state behavior -- telling kids what to eat and how they should exercise. But where's the critique of corporate intrusion into the personal lives of employees?The Obama administration is under attack for alleged nanny-state behavior. But where's the critique of corporate intrusion into the personal lives of employees?
In an effort to combat skyrocketing obesity rates and increase the general health of children in the U.S., Michelle Obama launched a campaign to encourage breast-feeding among American mothers. Who has a problem with that? Tea party hostesses Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann.